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>> anunciador: la siguiente es una presentacion pagada para dinero gratis de kevin trudeau. hoy, en investigando con misha dibono... >> ¿esta cansado de vivir con deudas, el dinero lo tiene preocupado, esta estresado por pagar sus cuentas? ¿esta abrumado por encontrar la manera de cubrir todos sus gastos? muchos dicen que es debido a que el gobierno nos cobra impuestos en mas cosas que nunca antes. y las corporaciones multinacionales han obtenido las ganancias mas grandes de la historia a costillas de la gente comun. ahora un controversial nuevo libro titulado dinero gratis que "ellos" no quieren que usted sepa; alega que hay billones de dolares gratis esperando a ser reclamados por decenas de millones de personas. pero, ¿sera todo un gran fraude? soy misha dibono, y el dia de hoy estaremos investigando dinero gratis. >> no quieren que venda este libro. >> anunciador: hoy, investigamos el libro mas vendido en el que se hace la increible promesa de dinero gratis. >> tratan de vetar este libro porque expongo estos programas. >> obtuve un total de dos millones de dolares. >> anuncia
school that accepted me. what about kevin? what about us? kevin's almost 18. he can take care of himself. and with a little help from him you'll be fine, too. this is my big chance. so, what do you want from me? i... ( sighs ) nothing. just your approval. you want my approval? no way. what? n-o. no way. that's it? end of conversation? what do you want me to say, that i'm thrilled? i gave you my opinion, but you don't care. but dad, this is something i really want to do. there's a lot i want to do, too. but you don't always get what you want in this world. rebecca: but i'm not going forever. i'll call. i'll visit. visit? who's going to pay for that? i will. and where are you going to live out there? rebecca, do you know how expensive it is to live on your own? yes, i do. i have a place to stay. i dot understand. rent free. where? at nancy shaw's. that woman! were's my cane? i know you don't like nancy but she is my godmother. does your brother know about this? not yet. i'm going to bed. that school in san francisco accepted you? yeah. gave me financial aid, too. so what are you going to d
-- and he is calling for a full recount very >> -- full recount. kevin rayayfield -- faces -- a woman was sexually assaulted during one of those attacks. he is also charged with a home invasion during the same time. >> the search for a missing fairfax canada boy is expanding. the father says that in that investigators have found evidence that his ex-wife has the bbi. of she has emptied your bank accounts. inthe first place montgomery county to lower the voting age to 16. six of the seven council members have said they are in favor of that plan. it would apply to local elections only. >> it is tax day today and many companies are jumping on it very >> small businesses in the d.c. area are being audited. -- happy tax day to you, linda. if you are a small business owner in d.c., you should learn a little bit more. the associated press says that areonstruction companies confirmed to fetch the numbers. companies are looking to give you a break. if you have a sweet tooth, one company is -- if you want something more, emile, -- brating a do check the website for details. checking your 20 --
this evening with mike barnicle of msnbc's morning joe kevin cullen of "boston globe" and john miller of cbs. >> if they think they will get us they don't know much. we care in boston about politics, sports and revenge. the revenge is the laughter of our children. these guys don't knowwhat ty did. every cop i talked to today, just hard looks and people are ready. and i have no doubt they'll identify who did this. boston is a tough town. it's the kind of town where people take two punches to land one. that was just one punch at us and we'll hit back. >> jon: re conclude with gregory doran the artistic director of royal shakespeare company of julius caesar. >> it speaks in the last 50 years in african since the country has began to gain their independence. looking at how many times rulers have come to power on a wave of popularity. they've been overthrown in a military coupe and plunged the country into civil war. that's the plot of julius caesar. we were doing a bit of work on the play, a year before we rehearsed it first. and while were -- we were doing this work the arab spring was unfoule
: joining me now from boston mike barnicle from morning joe, ate native bostonian, kevin cullen from the "boston globe" and here in new york john miller of cbs. i'm pleased to have them here. what is the latest, john? >> what is the latest? it's almost like starting over. yesterday was about saving lives, doing rescues and stabilizing that scene from all the reports of suspicious package. today was about locking the scene down waiting for the ert, evidence response team to come, f.b.i. team, and bomb tech in additions to do a painstake post blast investigation. we're seeing that unhold and learning more about the bomb. and the other thing was, there was an early possible suspect a, a person of interest, somebody near the scene that they thought was social suspicious. they've had 24 hours with this person. his story has checked out and he is looking more like a victim and witness than anybody involved. >> rose: what does victim mean? a victim of explosion or something else? >> primarily a victim of the explosion but if we're candid here the idea that he was a saudi national, that he w
a mississippi judge, signing those letters to become a silent partner i am kevin curtis and i approve this message. that suspect called kevin curtis has been arrested in his home in tupelo, mississippi. the authorities were led there as a result of the investigation. three letters positive for the potentially dangerous and deadly substance ricin. wicker, president obama and the judge's all postmarked april 8th from memphis, according to authorities. what they don't know is why he did. there's little information, little evidence on what his motive could have been, what we do know, it's had a huge impact here on capitol hill. other offices including senator richard shelby checked after reports of suspicious packages. both here on capitol hill and back in local districts. nothing else found. but there's a heightened concern here after boston and what happened there on monday. plus, a courthouse evacuation after a bomb threat there yesterday, not connected to this, according to authorities at least as far as they know right now. but mail headed to capitol hill, well, that's on hold this w
extraordinary individuals. anton mccray, kevin richardson, yusef salaam, raymond santana and cory wise. they are the central park five. if you were a member of the central park five in 1989, you were among the worst human beings on earth. today, that is quite different. and to be counted among the central park five is to be counted among a band of brothers who i think represent in some ways the best of us, that represent a kind of heroic forbearance in the face of unbelievable odds, who exhibit startling lack of bitterness and anger, who have grown in the course of this immense and infuriating tragedy into extraordinary young men who have graced our lives and become friends of our family and have been out on the road with us, with a style and a degree of articulation that i think those who were here last night when we had the opportunity to screen theilm derstandth b s pathos to our understng of is story. and re direc nnectis to what ed. in fact, what happened is at the heart of what i want t b about. look very much forward to our nvertion. we, sarah and david mcmahon, and i, had two s
the results of the absence of that political pressure. joining me, sareta gupta, kevin williamsson, and tim periello. great to have you all here. kevin, from the perspective of a conservative, were you -- are you surprised that they have come to terms on this background check deal, which toomey mentioned and the gang of eight has managed to survive two months or whatever it is? >> you said the gun control deal was narrow, i would guess you've never bought a gun online? >> i have not. >> the way it normally happens is it ships to federally licensed firearms dealer, you get your background check there. i've been to probably 60 gun shows, in almost every one you have background checks done on the site. it's not going to make a difference. >> you think this loophole, such as it is, or the open space for freedom, depending how you define it, remains quite large? >> i don't think this makes much difference at all, given what the current practices are on those things. i've never heard of anyone selling a gun online and shipping it directly to someone's house without a background check. it always g
of cancer genetic counseling at yale cancer center. she's a plaintiff in today's case. kevin noonan an intellectual property attorney and founder of the blog patent docs, dot-org. you heard marcia talk about the legal arguments. as someone involved in genetic counseling and research, what's the essence of this case for you? what's at stake? >> well, i've really seen from the ground floor what this has done to patient care over the last 15 years. keep in mind that when these genes were cloned many laboratories were offering this testing. there was nothing novel here, no invention, no special process, no special machine. we were doing this testing in our laboratory at yale. and then when the patents became... when they clamped down on the patents, our labs and all others were shut down. >> brown: kevin noonan, same question to you. as someone involved in the patent world and research, what do you think is the essence of this? >> i think that that is true. you're looking at what is going to enable the technology to get to the most patients the quickest and the most reliably. frankly my
to the rescue of these animals. our report tonight from nbc's kevin tibbles. >> reporter: if you were a penguin at chicago shedd aquarium, you'd shout, too. after all, life is good. but even these pampered penguins occasionally have the wind taken out of their waddle. >> as our birds age and get older, they get sore feet like we do. >> reporter: they had a web-footed conundrum. >> they had a penguin problem. >> reporter: to treat the painful pengo pods, the shedd partnered with the brilliant engineering students at northwestern university. >> my reaction was like, what? this is not engineering. this is arts and crafts. >> reporter: but it is engineering, and they invented little waterproof form-fitting penguin boots to help those aching feet. >> we actually designed something similar to a bandage, like a band-aid for a penguin. >> reporter: and it works. on this day penguin number 405 after a little spraydown -- ♪ -- gets to model the invention on the poolside runway. >> it was so simple and so perfect, we just looked at each other and said, now why didn't we think of that? >> reporter: the c
however, taking a look at kevin tehran teh--- kevin durant... they want to get into no. 6 spot. andrew bell it had an injury of his ankle. he will probably miss tomorrow andrew bogut.. suffered an injury tonight. on his ankle. and take a look at now, baseball was josh donaldson 4 batters later chris young - doubles to deep left bringing home a pair of runs in seth smith and coco crips 5-1 a's yoenis cespedes - absolutely crushes this sean burnett pitch to dead center 6-1 a's cespedes: 3rd home run this year a's lead majors with 18 home runs a's sweep angels, outscoring them 28-11 a's win 7th straight game final: 8-1 a's improve to 8-3 giants cubs >> 40 degrees at 1st pitch - one fan bundled up, another fan shirtless bot 3rd, 1-0 chc anthony rizzo - 2-run homer to left center of ryan vogelsong as cubs jump out early 3-0 chc vogelsong: 6 ip, 8 hits, 4 er top 4th, 5-0 chc vogelsong - safe at 1st on error by starlin castro bringing home hunter pence 5-1 chc 3 batters later pablo sandoval - swings at an outside pitch but gets a piece and ends up with a 2- run double 5-4 chc top 5th, bases l
of mental illness. he leaves us with a pile of memories. nbc's kevin tibbles has our look back on the life of jonathan winters. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: you couldn't quite put your finger on it, but something about jonathan winters made you laugh. often times even before he opened his mouth. he made the giants of the day -- from carson to martin, even the chairman of the board -- cry with laughter, too. winters came from dayton, ohio, and got his start when his wife entered him in a talent contest so he could win a new watch. >> my friend jonathan winters. >> reporter: soon it was off to new york and stand-up and "the tonight show," and to hollywood and the wackiest of all road movies "it's a mad, mad, mad, mad world." >> now, fellows, you keep this up and i'm going to get sore. i mean it. >> reporter: gary owens worked alongside winters in "laugh in." >> every time he was a different character he had a different face. >> reporter: he had a genius for characters from maude frickert -- >> give me a little -- oh, isn't that sweet? >> reporter: -- to chester ho y honeyhugger. win
spoke with someone who survived bullying and an attempted suicide. >> reporter: 13-year-old kevin heinz jumped off the golden gate bridge expecting to end his life. unbelievably he survived. now he has a message for other people in that same situation. >> my job now on this planet is to help people like audrie potts before they get to this point. this is temporary. this instance in your life is temporary. just like the bullying that was pushed upon me was temporary. >> kevin heinz saying that bullying played a role in his decision to end his life. in the year 2000 he jumped off of the golden gate bridge. he's one of four people known to have survived that jump and to regain full mobility. 15-year-old audrie pott committed suicide. last week deputies arrested three 16-year-old boys, two of them at saratoga high school and a third at a high school in gilroy. they have each been charged with two felonies related to the sexual assault. audrie pott's parents are pushing for the boys to be tried as adults. that will be up to the district attorney and a
to paul kevin curtis of tupelo, mississippi. he was arrested at his home in mississippi, as authorities try to figure out what the motive was here. three letters that tested positive for potentially dangerous ricin. the one sent to senator wicker never made it to capitol hill. it was intercepted. one sent to president obama was intercepted offsite. all of them postmarked april 8th. and all postmarked for memphis. what gave it away was the common signature. i am kevin curtis and i approve this message, at the end of the letters. the test on the first letter to wicker, had proved inconclusive. and the second one, as well. they're trying to figure out how potent this ricin was. and while it initially tested positive, the further tests by the fbi have been inconclusive. they ordered more as they continue to investigate. >> all right, tracie potts in washington. thanks so much for that. >>> after a rollercoaster day of reports on the investigation into the boston bombings, it appears authorities have pictures of their suspect. the front page of this morning's "boston globe" claims authoritie
a un senador y a un juez, atraparon a paul kevin que envío ricina en el servicio postal, las tres cartas tenían el mismo mensaje. >> con gran enojo en su rostro el presidente barack obama hablo después de que rechazan la extension de revision de antecedentes para quienes compren armas, el presidente de los estados unidos barack obama dice que el día de hoy es vergonzoso para washington. >> puede ver las peores masacres en univisión.com-. >> una mujer ayudo a condenar a l espos de una mujer que robo pantallas, tenia asesinato en primer grado, el esposo nego estar relacionado con ataques. >> la reforma presentada en el senado levanta a los inmigrantes. >> un brote de meningitis se regista en el país pero daran vacunas gratis. >> ♪ ♪ . a horas de que el grupo de los ocho de la reforma. la inciativa es el tema a díario, el optimismo acompaña, pero podría tener obstaculos. >> se habla de la reforma y al ven como inevitable. >> al senador no le gusta la propuesta del senado, confío que estados unidos rechace la reforma. >> ted cruice se opone la oportunidad de hacer ciudan
-year-old paul kevin curtis of mississippi. the deadly substance. known as ry-sin. both letters were intercepted at screening facilities.and both were post-marked memphis tennessee - april 8th. the white house says, staffers followed a careful drill in handling the letters.and no one was injured. >> jacqueline: it was a new warmer day today. '70s but along the coast we saw cooler conditions with upper 50s and 60s. tonight, clear skies and mild. again, that warming trend will continue for the weekend. the satellite and radar showing clear skies. high-pressure is driving this storm to this north of us. it will stay sunny and warm. temperatures of the door to more will be 40's for the most part. 40's and san francisco. 43 in pleasanton. we are going to warm up rather quickly. 77 degrees in palo alto. '70s and san jose. 70's also for the east bay. and upper 70's for the inland valleys. '70s and danville, livermore, the 60s along the immediate coast. with the sea breezes and 70's in san francisco and for the north brae. a look at your extended forecast. for the north bay-. >> jacqueline:
to that church to pay his respects. >> wow. i want to bring in "boston globe" columnist kevin. thanks for being here tonight. >> thank you, al. >> the stories of heroism by the first responders are nothing short of astonishing. but you write that they don't want to be singled out for what they did. >> yeah. actually, that fear house two blocks from here, i just finished up with chris last night and ran the two blocks to talk to these guys. engine 7 and tower ladder 17. and i guess it kind of shows you how small or big city this is. when these guys go out to the scene the other day, when they went among the people on the ground, they recognized these people. one of the guys on engine 7, his daughter is in third grade with martin. and he looked at martin. and he looked at bill, his dad. and he knew him. the guy that was driving engine 7, they call him a and his daughter is in the same step dance school as little jade richard who lost her leg. this is how small -- this is how much it hurts here. these guys worked as hard on their neighbors as their friends. i have to tell you, al, it was cops, fir
is "boston globe" columnist kevin cullen. kevin penned a very moving piece about yesterday's event. he wrote, quote, in an instant a perfect day had morphed into something vis viscerally evil. we will get through this, but we will never be the same. thank you for your time. such tragedy in your city, kevin. you were walking around today. how is the city responding? >> well, al, i think you just used the right word. it's a resilient city. it's also a tough city. i think you know that. we -- in boston we'll take two punches to land one. and whoever did this to us, they didn't just do it to us. they did it to everybody. but it's going to take a lot more than that. we're not going anywhere. and i will guarantee you, al, next year, the boston marathon will have a record field. people will come from all over the world as they do every year. but more people will come. and we will show the people who did this what they -- what they bit off. because they can't chew it. >> the -- the 8-year-old young man, young boy, who was killed, what can you tell us? i mean, people all over the world are looking at
is happening and there's a lot of action and we're going to hold tom over and kevin ware, a bomb expert after this break. >> fox news alert and the situation is unfolding in boston at this moment. you are looking the at live pictures overhead aerials of the boston federal courthouse. the reason we are looking at those and others, other news outlets have rushed to the scene, one presumes because the associated press has a report out not only has a suspect been arrested in connection with the boston marathon bombings, but that this suspect is being brought to the federal courthouse. that's not something fox news has confirmed and yet of course we're going to keep an eye on the courthouse and see if anything happens, if any news breaks, we're being told by our foxnews.com reporter that arrest has been made, that's been confirmed according to foxnews.com with two law enforcement officials, however, other news outlets, some, some are also reporting that arrest has been made and some are reporting that that is not the case. here is the truth. we don't know. we need to hear from the fbi directly an
and heroism. with me now john nixon who helped rescue innocent bystande bystanders. kevin cullen, you wrote a moving piece today in which you said we lost our innocence on another perfect day in september 12 years ago and lost something monday too, and that is the idea we'll ever feel totally safe in this city again. is that how you think many people in boston feel today? >> well, piers, i think that when i wrote that, i probably was a little more despondent than i should've been. i was sad yesterday, i'm angry today and i got that sense from the city today talking to people. we will never be the same. it's just that new york was -- will never be the same after 9/11. that doesn't mean that whoever did this has won. that whoever did this -- because this is a very tough town. we take only three things seriously here and that's sports, politics and revenge. and i think it's going to take a lot more than what was done yesterday to knock a town like boston out. and i really sense that across the city today that people were angry and that people were absolutely determined. you know, i was in nort
removed over a dozen carpenter type nails. >> greta: we talk to bomb technician. kevin, let me jump in. we are trying to figure out how the investigation will be solved and these bombs will help identify the killer or killers. is it possible that from the pieces of that bomb that in may have been some dna that was deposited from the handling of them that could still be on those bomb parts? >> absolutely. i used to teach a class before i retired and in that class i made all the students aware of the fact that there is no such thing as vaporization. all those components are out on the crime scene. quite a few of them will probably have some dna if the bomber was dumb and left the dna they more about dna than we do. it will survive these detonation >> greta: is it impossible not to leave dna under it? i think it would be virtually impossible to be dna free? >> if you are forensicly pure but most criminals are not. they will leave something at the crime scene, something on the ide. years ago in afghanistan i worked a bombing and collected all the evidence. i sent i back to the lab. i never saw
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is kevin cullen. kevin, thank you for being here tonight. >> hi, al. >> what is your reaction to the video released of the suspects? >> well, al, being the resourceful reporter that i am, if you look over my shoulder there is a bar called the oak room. it's one of the finest rooms in boston. i very seldom drink there because the martinis are 18 bucks. i watched it with ordinary bostonians and i've got to tell you the reaction was incredibly restrained. everybody was staring at it and i was thinking, do i know these dudes? i've never seen them before. >> the reaction in the bar was what? when you say restrained, explain to me -- >> the restrain in the sense that nobody -- there were curses, get these you know whats. people were looking at them. do i know them? an older african-american woman turned to me and said, i wonder what their mothers and their fathers think. >> hmm. >> i was talking to our mutual buddy lawrence o'donnell last night. >> right. >> and we talked about the emphasis on the suspects. everyone in in town knew this day would come. we know they are going to be caught. if may
. joining me, kevin miles, a former fbi bomb technician and mike sullivan, former u.s. attorney in boston there during 9/11. paul staple ton, president of the stapleton group. kevin, let me start with you. rich put together all the events of the day. do you think there is connection between these letters that are potentially have ricin in them and what we saw on monday? >> probably not. melissa: really? >> we got a lot of these kind of letters in los angeles when i lived there, when i was part of the terrorism task force. they come a lot to congressman and senators and most of the time they're not valid. melissa: based on what you heard do you think they have a suspect? >> well, i mean i was here when first announcement was made. these things happen when these gigantic investigations. it will be very extensive long investigation, will go on for a long time. even if there is suspect, no matter what if he is arrested investigation will go on quite a while. they happen on occasion. i have no idea. melissa: yeah. mike, let me ask you because you served in the atf you know first-hand how these
on the team hasn't given up a run and he has the highest batting average as well. kevin durant was hon- -- on-hand to -- watch the game. and five run second for the giants. and big hit last night and tonight with a shot that will score posy and pen. and they make it open, 10-0 final, giants are 30-9 for colorado since 2011. berry gave up seven hits and he is 2-0. >> if i can get into a nice run and make handful of pitches that is good but not easy. >> this is master's week and the mecca for all that golf. sandy lisle, the 88 champion, look at this trick shot. he putts it perfect. this is nick watley and looking good here at number nine. i don't think you can do much better than this particular shot. that is your ace! looking real good in the masters. and it will start for real tomorrow. meantime, a new look, a more uniform look you might say for the men and women's department at cal. it is slimmer and trimmer look for the men and women. and that is a little glimpse of what they will look like. and what a successful year they have had. more sports at ten, but that is it for now. i like it. >>
if you want. >> good evening while their passing those out. i'm the architect representing kevin. thank you very much for hearing the case tonight. i i'll quickly go through a number of diagrams. the first >> could you flip that around the other way to match the orientation on your drawings? what this diagram shows >> all the red homes are larger in square footage in structure expectation of one that is gray to the north. the second diagram you can see the shiep of our existing home in black and i can see the skinny form and you can see why the existing structure slides into the rear yard imprisoning the narrow proposition of the rear yard. our neighbors existing rear yards are here we are not asking for anything that our neighbors don't benefit from. the plan that i'm showing you hopefully, you can see the red line profile it the exist floor plan and the
representing kevin. thank you very much for hearing the case tonight. i i'll quickly go through a number of diagrams. the first >> could you flip that around the other way to match the orientation on your drawings? what this diagram shows >> all the red homes are larger in square footage in structure expectation of one that is gray to the north. the second diagram you can see the shiep of our existing home in black and i can see the skinny form and you can see why the existing structure slides into the rear yard imprisoning the narrow proposition of the rear yard. our neighbors existing rear yards are here we are not asking for anything that our neighbors don't benefit from. the plan that i'm showing you hopefully, you can see the red line profile it the exist floor plan and the existing floor on behalf of. if black you can see the proposed design of the floor plan where it barely creeps forward on both floors. the green shaded area is showing what we're removing unsightlyly existing stairwell and replacing it with landscape. we have a desk that takes up half the yard. and this corner
identified the suspect as 45-year-old paul kevin curtis of corinth, mississippi. the white house says no one there was ever in changer. >> i would underscore that the mail is screened, and these tests are undertaken at remote sites to mitigate the repeat of recipients. >>> a visibly angry president obama is calling this a shameful day after most senate republicans and a handful of democrats combined to vote down key measures intended to tighten federal gun control laws. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> in rapid succession, the senate blocked measures that would have expanded background checks for gun purchase. president obama met with the victims of the newtown school shooting victims. he denounced senators who he said caved to political pressure. >> families that know unspeakable grief summon the petition to fight there local leaders not to honor the memory of their children, but to protect the lives of all of our children. >> a few minutes ago, a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. they blocked common sense reforms even while these families looked on from
'm kevin with the director hotel a san francisco resident and almost a daily yourself of taxi cabs. i want to thank the staff for issuing this report and some of the issues that the hotel has. we appreciate the partnership that you've shown specifically for working with our group. taxis are critical to the hotel industry and they're absolutely necessary for our guests so it's important to the hotel group. we do support the recommendation of adding additional taxis. we especially during peak times our folks are giving up on getting a taxi and it's not uncommon to have that happen. our guests is waiting to leave the hotels purely because they spend such time inside and outside the hotel. and something that will allow more taxis to allow people to get out and spend and to see the city is important as well. the doctor has helped me to understand and i see what happens and it's something very important. the reports detail more than just educating me and others. again, we fully support the addition of more taxis it will benefit our employees and the residents of san francisco. thank you for your
am in new york with the entire disturbing story behind this woman's arrest and kevin costneerrorgets his own scare today. >> under fire. i am billy bush. the note innocent or inappropriate.
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of the community coming together are helping boston and the rest of us deal with this tragedy. case in point, kevin cullen gotten e-mail from his nephew serving in afghanistan. he sent this picture and asked kevin to tell bostonians he has reenlisted. says kevin, our enemies at home and abroad have been warned. kevin cullen joins me now. it's amazing to me everywhere that people want to raech out and do something for your city. >> absolutely. case in point, my nephew is a squad leader of this third infantry group and those guys are really and probably one of the most dangerous places in the world right now and their immediate reaction when they heard about what happened in boston, the whole unit, not just my nephew, but all the kids under his command, what can we do, what can we do? i felt saying just the opposite. i want to send these guys care packages and they want to send us stuff. >> governor deval patrick has talked about this, too, about his visit with one of the victims of the bombing. here's part of what he had to say. we don't have it. well, what he was talking about was that how many vet
starts - longest giants streak since carl hubbard in 1936 giants win 10-0 here's zito after game kevin durant visits giants vo/sot >> i was the first baseman. in my junior year. it was a tough adjustment for me. >> did you hit the curve ball? >> i did not make contact with any ball. >> gary: they're going to be plying the warriors andoklahoma city thunder star kevin durant is in town to play the warriors tomorrow - and decided to hang out with the giants on his off day durant says his favorite player on the team is buster posey because of his "intensity" durant also said he played a little high school baseball, >>gary:warriors clinch the warriors beat minnesota last night to clinch their first playoff berth since 2007, and just their 2nd in 19 years but celebration is short livedwith four games to go david lee and company need to win to hang onto the 6th spot and avoid drawing san antonio or oklahoma city in the 1st round warriors back at practice today - preparing for tomorrow's matchup with the thunder >> we had one heck of an accomplishment. not to just get to the playoffs but we ar
. throwing the bomb at the end of the first quarter. that is way out. kevin showing up and showing up angry. right down the middle. defense operational. thunder pull awa away. kevin for 31 points. 10 pwovrmentd 8 assist and andrew spraend ankle for the warriors will not play tomorrow night in l.a. thunder roll 116-97. to the ice everybody is playing. shark ins detroit. game tied. score on the power play call that the kindle fire. i'll work this joke until i gate laugh of it. logan coach tied 2 under the shoot out. mary lo good night. game over. drive home safely. sharks beat the red wing 3-2. before abc 7 sports of brought to you by river rock casino sni lake your commitment. >> i find myself amusing. though nobody else. kindle fire. >> we got it when you tried it at 6:00. >> didn't have to try anything. >> we have more sports to come. even better. amazing foul ball catch at mariner game. >> what the fan did to get his you be. stay >> make sure you bundle up when you leave home. here's the weather. it's chilly in the inland valley. patchy coastal clouds. temperature low
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